Originally Posted by mgorman
Bad day, dropped the super tanker in a water hole a mile or more from the paved road and it watered out. All attempts to start failed. I pushed for quite some time trying to make to where I could work on it and possibly get assistance before nightfall. An old man from Florida stopped and towed me the rest of the way to the road. I worked on it for a little while and it finally started. Made the 40 miles back then changed the oil which was good considering the amount of gray spuge that came out the vent.
Half the shore line homes where I am are missing.
Michael do you mean that you were in so deep that water came in the air cleaner? Or did the bike top over? Changed oil, what about those stinkin' filters?
Man I have empathy for you. It's a miserable feeling when you're pushing to an unknown destination for an unknown distance. I guess that's why they made whiskey. Good luck.
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